For the woman who doesn’t want more STUFF, how about an EXPERIENCE OF A LIFE TIME?
Here’s our top 5 (and a few more)
They’re “bests” so probably too $$$ to give on your own. But if you GroupTogether, you can each chip in a little and get her something she’ll really treasure. You decide on the gift she’ll love and we’ll do the collecting. No hassling people for money. No getting left short. We invite, remind, collect, track and transfer the money to you for the perfect gift.
Still worried about getting left short?
Don’t be – we send weekly reminders plus, if they don’t chip in, they’re not on the card. Sorry ol’ pal.
Julie Tylman + Ali Linz
Whether you send her for a one hour massage or a weekend away to a spa resort, if your friend is a pamper lover, then this is for her. More is More!
James… Barbados! Well maybe a little closer but glam all the same. A short helicopter ride soaring over the city you love is breathtaking. All the more decadent if the destination is a gourmet lunch with a view. And yes, there are restaurants that have views and that are great food too. Try the seaplane to Berowra Waters or Jonas at Whale Beach from Sydney’s Rose Bay.
If 30 friends are invited to the big birthday bash and chip in $50 each, you can send your friend and a pal for a weekend to remember. (Better than 30 make up bags, huh!).
Here are some thought starters depending on where’s home.
What better gift than lessons that’ll kick start a healthier, better life. Whether it’s a private instructor or classes for the more sociable friend, it’s a gift that will keep on giving.
Would your bestie like to be better at her hobbie or learn something new? What a gift to be able to help them along. Maybe weave “bucket lists” or hobbies or classes into the conversation to find out the interest that they’d love to pursue. There are classes for everything!
Ever collected from friends before? The awkwardness of the endless reminder and inevitably getting left short. There’s a better way. GroupTogether.com makes it easy. It’s free and easy to set up. Then they do the rest: invite, collect, remind, create a group card and transfer the money or transfer an e-gift voucher to you. Done!
The etiquette of gift giving; a blog by Julie & Ali
Welcome to our our very first blog on gift-giving dilemmas. Since we launched GroupTogether.com, we’ve been inundated by questions about the etiquette